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Rishi Singh
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Hi Marinilli,
How does JNLP help vis-a-vis a JApplet,Swing based component in terms of Security,Network Acess,processing time and how it is browser independent.Is is possible to make changes in an already running internet, intranet application on all the clients via JNLP.??
 
Mauro Marinilli
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Hi,
Well, your question is quite articulated.
In brief, JNLP enhances the runtime model of applications and applets (though you'd use the first ones) by means of the little JNLP native client application found in any JRE 1.4+ or directly downloadable via the Web as a Browser Plug-In.
It means that the security model is more flexible and a lot of new features are available to both appn and applets. The cost is a little extra-runtime overhead, caused by the JNLP client.
Well, let me know if this is enough as an answer to your question.
For the second part of your question, you mean to synchronize JAR files, I guess.. Well, in that case the answer is yes.
 
Hema Menon
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Check out this java webstart FAQ on migration path from applets to applications
http://java.sun.com/products/javawebstart/faq.html#36
 
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